World record: Brothers break three World Records

YB WEB DESK. Dated: 1/22/2020 11:05:16 AM


Abold team of brothers has become the youngest and fastest trio to row across the Atlantic, all after spending 35 days, 9 hours, and 9 minutes at sea. The MacLean brothers beat the previous world record by six days, rowing from La Gomera in Spain to Antigua in the Caribbean. The rowing team, known as BROAR set three world records in total by also becoming the first three brothers to row across any ocean and also the youngest trio to row across the Atlantic. The brothers, Jamie, Ewan and Lachlan, set off from Spain on December 12th last year and last completed their 3,000-mile ocean crossing after overcoming seasickness, battery issues, storms, dehydration, and exhaustion. They had to row the last 20 days without any music, podcasts, or audio books, as their iPhone cables succumbed to damage caused by sun and seawater. Being musicians, however, they were able to keep themselves entertained with bagpipes, a harmonica, and ukulele on board.

 

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